EAP115 11n 300Mbps Ceiling Wireless Access Point from TP-LINK
Build and manage a scalable Wi-Fi network for your business with the Auranet business class solution, tailored to handle the power of hundreds of TP-LINK EAPs at an affordable cost.
Trouble-Free Centralized Management - No Technicians Needed.
Auranet enables you to set up a centralized network management system without the need of any IT or setup fees.
Free Multi-Function Auranet Controller Software
Concurrently manage and monitor hundreds of Auranet EAPs in a single location. Unlike most standard hardware controllers, the TP-LINK EAP Controller Software doesn’t require any special training or added costs.
EAP Controller Software - Easy-to-use Cluster Mode
The user-friendly Cluster Mode allows you to manage up to 24 Auranet EAPs in your business network without requiring any extra hardware or software. Organize your network administration system by controlling multiple access points at a time with the same simplicity of a single home network router.
Custom Guest Authentication
The captive portal provides customizable guest authentication settings for maximized user control. Administrators can easily set and adjust guest Wi-Fi settings by designing a unique authentication page, establishing a voucher system to limit the duration of use for each client, or creating "Operator" accounts, for permission to manage the guest network without having access to other EAP administrative features.
Easy Mount Design and PoE - Timesaving and Flexible Deployment
The Auranet EAP115 is designed for easy installation on any wall or ceiling. The Power over Ethernet (PoE) function allows your network cables to carry electrical power so you minimize on cable clutter. It’s one more hardwiring hassle you don’t have to worry about when operating your centralized management system.
Unified Wi-Fi for Multi-user Environment
The Auranet business Wi-Fi solution is engineered to handle heavy multi-user usage in large areas without encountering the same stability issues found with standard routers and access points purposed for home use. It’s the perfect fit for motels, salons, chain-stores, schools, and restaurants. Features • Free Auranet Controller Software enables administrators to easily manage hundreds of EAPs.
• The user-friendly Cluster Mode allows manage up to 24 (EAP115) without requiring any extra hardware or software.
• Supports Power over Ethernet (802.3af) for convenient and affordable installation.
• Simple mounting design for easy attachment to a wall or ceiling.
• Captive portal provides one convenient method of authentication for Wi-Fi guests.
• Enterprise class Wi-Fi security help to decrease network security threats.
• Multi-SSID divides multiple wireless networks for different user types.
|Number of WAN Connections||1|
|Number of LAN Connections||1|
|Wireless Speed||300 Mbps|
|Wireless Band||Single Band|
|Aprox Wireless Range (m)||N/A|
|Wireless Transmitter Power||2x 3dBi Omni|
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